In August, the Walentas' Two Trees Management sent an email out to the 110 Livingston waiting list saying that some buyers in the hot-shit Downtown Brooklyn building had backed out of their contracts, and the units were returning to the market at slight discounts. Word got out, and Two Trees then claimed it was all a marketing ploy, and the building would be sold-out in no time. Oh really? A Curbed source has passed along word that Two Trees is now looking to rent six unsold units, which include three 1BR apartments ($2,900-$3,200/month), two 2BRs ($4,300-$4,850/month) and a 3BR for $6,000. Is there any shame in simply trying to occupy a handful of remaining units with renters? When there's this much hubris involved, yes.
1 Bedrooms 16I- $2,900/month
Beautiful eastern exposure with enormous, 9’ tall windows, 10 ft ceilings
Water views of New York Harbor, Lower Manhattan
Large Layout with great southern exposure, 9’ tall windows, 10 ft ceilings
The Largest Terrace in Brooklyn! Over 1,100 square ft. Beautiful harbor views with all-day light. Huge windows make this home feel like it’s floating in the sky! Feel free to take pictures.
Great Water views, South Western Exposure
Beautiful North/East exposure, corner home with excellent light and high ceilings.